Lagos Govt Shuts Down 34 Companies Over Tax Remittance [Full List]

Lagos Govt Shuts Down 34 Companies Over Tax Remittance [Full List]

Lagos Govt Shuts Down 34 Companies Over Tax Remittance [Full List]

Lagos State Government has shut down thirty-four companies operating in the state over alleged failure to remit the personal income tax of their employees and non-remittance of other taxes worth N356.12 million.

The Director of Legal Services at the Lagos State Internal Revenue Service (LIRS), Seyi Alade, confirmed this on Monday while speaking during a state-wide tax law enforcement exercise.

He said the offices shut down include operators within the state’s hospitality sector.

“These companies deduct personal income taxes from their employees’ salaries at the end of each month and charge consumption taxes on goods and services purchased by customers.

“Unfortunately, some unpatriotic firms withhold these payments, illegally converting the funds for their own use,” he said.

Full List Of The Companies Shut Down:

1. NTS Nigeria Ltd
2. Med-In Hospital & Pharma Services Ltd
3. Danvic Petroleum Int’l Ltd
4. Business Intelligence Technology
5. Avaya Nigeria Ltd
6. Gladstone Tech Ltd
7. Courier Plus Services Ltd
8. Kurioucity Ltd
9. Medilag Ventures Ltd
10. Future Oilfields
11. Seven Six and Ten Limited
12. Blitz Suites and Hotel
13. Offshoroomz Hotel
14. God’s Grace Hotel
15. De Orange Place Ltd
16. De Santos Hotel
17. Kentade Hotel Limited
18. Chamcee
19. Chelsea Suites
20. Falode Hotels
21. High Climax Hotel
22. Chez Moi Apartment
23. Excellence Hotel
24. Bereans Venture (Tantalizer Ebute Metta)
25. La Avril Hotel and Suites
26. De Orange Place Ltd
27. Milaco Guest House
28. New World Inn
29. Model Motels Ltd
30. Rely Maritime Ltd
31. 4 Seasons Hotel
32. Dream Land Hotel,
33. North Restaurant and Lounge
34. and Jade Palace Chinese Restaurant.

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